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Welcome to Kanji Time. Today, we are going to review N3 Kanji. Let’s do it!
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This kanji means “take, get, remove, choose”.
The on-reading for this kanji is シュ (shu) as in 取材 (shuzai), meaning “data collection”. And the kun-reading is と (to) as in 取り調べる (torishiraberu) which means “to interrogate”.
おい、本当のことを言いなさい!(Oi, hontō no koto o iinasai!)
君はあの夜、私のアイスクリームを食べたのか、食べてないのか!(Kimi wa ano yoru, watashi no aisu kurīmu o tabeta no ka, tabete nai no ka!)
取り調べる。(Torishiraberu.)
This kanji means “accept, answer, get, catch, receive”.
The on-reading for this kanji is ジュ (ju) like in 受験生 (jukensei) which means “test taker”. And the kun-reading is う (u) like in 受け入れる (ukeireru), meaning “to accept”.
This kanji means “number, title, pseudonym, signal”.
The on-reading for this kanji is ゴウ (gō) like in 番号 (bangō) which means “number”.
電話番号。(Denwa bangō.)
Hello, もしもし。 (Moshimoshi.)
And 信号 (shingō), meaning traffic light, signal.
赤信号、青信号、黄信号。(Akashingō, aoshingō, kishingō.)
This kanji means “facing, beyond, confront, tend toward, approach”.
The on-reading is コウ (kō) like in 反対方向 (hantai hōkō), meaning “opposite direction”. 反対方向。(Hantai hōkō.)
And the kun-reading is む (mu) like in 向こう側 (mukōgawa), meaning “the other side”. 川の向こう側。(Kawa no mukōgawa.)
This kanji means “ruler, name-suffix, you”.
The on-reading for this kanji is クン (kun) as in ~君 (naninani kun), “a form of address that follows a boy or a younger person’s name.
And the kun-reading is きみ (kimi) as in 君が代 (Kimi ga yo), meaning “The Japanese national anthem”.
君が代は…。(Kimi ga yo wa…)
笑っちゃだめだ、怒られる!(Waratcha dame da, okorareru!)
Quiz time!
Say the reading of the following kanji:
取材 (shuzai)
向こう側 (mukōgawa)
~君 (naninani kun)
受け入れる (ukeireru)
信号 (shingō)
Now, say the meaning of the following words:
反対方向 (hantai hōkō) “opposite direction”
受験生 (jukensei) “test taker”
君が代 (Kimi ga yo) “the Japanese national anthem”
取り調べる (torishiraberu) “to interrogate”
番号 (bangō) “number”
That’s all for today. Thank you!
それでは皆さん、よい一日を。(Soredewa mina-san, yoi ichi-nichi o.)
また、次の漢字タイムで! (Mata, tsugi no Kanji Taimu de!)
Bye-bye!

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